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Giambrone & Partners
The Italian government issued a Legislative Decree No. 75 on 15 July 2020 in order to implement EU Directive 2017/1371, also known as the PIF Directive which is intended to support the ongoing harmonisation of the EU Member States' criminal laws.
Giambrone & Partners
Italian law is basically based on Roman regulations. Especially for its civil and criminal law, it depends on both Roman regulations and French Napoleonic regulations.
A dieci anni di distanza dalla precedente riforma in materia, la recente novella legislativa, Legge 27 maggio 2015, n. 69, in materia di delitti contro la pubblica amministrazione...
Paul Hastings LLP
On 22 November 2011 the Criminal Chamber of the Italian Supreme Court ("Corte di Cassazione") heard case No. 7739; on 28 February 2012 it issued the judgment deciding, "inter alia", on the criminal tax consequences for the managers of a company formally resident abroad but "de facto" managed in Italy.
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